One of the biggest hesitations office managers have about making the move to outsource the office cleaning is the fear of it being obtrusive to the day-to-day work of the staff.

One way cleaning technology is working to make this simpler is the Clorox Total 360 system. This allows professional cleaning teams to go room to room much more quickly while still thoroughly disinfecting the space.

This provides all the benefits we blogged about before, such as immense financial savings from not dealing with absenteeism as often. But it also allows cleaning teams to accommodate more discerning business schedules.

Clorox Total 360 Is Safe For Break Rooms & Eating Areas

One of the first concerns many office managers have regarding a system like this is whether it’s safe for break rooms. Does the Clorox system leave residue or traces of the cleaning agents that are harmful on objects such as coffee mugs and plates?

Luckily the answer is no. The Clorox 360 system has an optional formulas that are safe for these applications. Whether it’s a wash sink, coffee mugs, office plates and silverware — you can store any of those things in the same area you always have with no worries.

This Cleaning System Is Ideal For Hospitals and Medical Facilities

The Clorox Total 360 system makes the nooks and crannies of a busy medical facility easier than ever to navigate.

Since the system can cover up to 18,000 square feet per hour, it’s a big step forward for large facilities where it can be complicated to keep everything maintained while 24-hour operation must continue.

The cleaner kills 18 of the most common illness-causing agents in under two minutes — including the flu virus. That’s huge, since nationwide companies lose nearly 1.5 million workdays to the flu, which creates roughly $1 billion in lost productivity.

The Clorox Total 360 system manages to stay airborne long enough to be this effective because of its electrostatic system. This basically gives all cleaning particles leaving the sprayer an electric charge that attracts them to surfaces with a force stronger than gravity.

This essentially means that cleaning particles are more drawn to the areas they need to clean, regardless of angle or direction, than falling only to the floor.